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This Kensington Deco #7032  16 1/4 inch tall  Kingston vase is another Lurelle Guild stunning design. It was designed in 1934 by Guild. The designs in the base perfectly complement the brushed Kensington aluminum. 

It can be seen on p. 35 of the 1997 Art Deco Aluminum: Kensington book by Paula Ockner & Leslie Pina. It was designed for medium-stemmed flowers. It was valued by the authors at $25-30 in 1997. 

It is in very good vintage condition. Although there are no dents, there are some minot marks  consistent with its age and use.  The piece is marked with the Kensington stag logo on its base. 

Add it to your Art Deco metal collection today.  This is a pair of Art Deco perfume bottles.

The bottle on the left with the carved stopper of a couple dancing stands 2 1/2 inches without the stopper and 5 inches tall with it. The dauber is missing on the stopper. There is no damage to this great stopper. However, there a few chips to two corners of the bottle and two small chips to one of the side of the panels. The  bottle is not signed but has much wear on the bottom. This bottle was purchased in Montreal Canada.

The bottle on the right has a great Art Deco look and appeal to it.  The bottle base stands 2 inches tall and the bottle is 5 inches tall with the stopper in it.  Both the stopper and bottle have diagonally etched lines. The stopper has cross-hatching on it. The dauber is all there as it fits down into the bottle perfectly.  There is one small chip to one facet of the stopper.  The base has no damage. 

But both and add them to your Art Deco perfume bottle collection today.  This beautiful Roseville jardiniere is from the Futura line of the Roseville Pottery Company.   This piece was produced by the Roseville Pottery Company in 1928.  It comes in two colors combinations, this one in what is referred to as the gray pink combo is the scarcer of the two.  

Shown on page 37  of the Collectors' Compendium of Roseville Pottery by Randall B. Monsen, printed in 1995, one can see it clearly there.  The jardiniere was produced in a 6 inch, 7 inch, 8 inch, 9 inch and 10 inch size.  This is the hard to find 9 inch jardiniere.

 Jacques Potin "Les Parasols Rouges" lithograph.  Potin was born in 1920. A very similar but smaller 11 x 13¾ in. (27.9 x 35 cm.), unframed painting was Lot 66 at a Christie's 2008 auction. This lithograph itself measures 20 inches wide x 14 3/4 inches high.  The mat is 4" wide and the frame measures 27 inches x 22 inches.  The lower left is artist-signed "Epreuve d'artste" (Artist's Proof) and the lower right Jacques Potin in pencil.  

The back has the title, the word Lithographie in French and the artist's signature.  On the stretcher is a piece of green paper with "Lithograph, Detruit, Paris" and a red paper star attached to it. Now "detruit" means destroyed in French, so not sure to what the "detruit" refers. Also, there is a paper label  of the framer Lexington Gallery in New York City as well as the Skinner Gallery label which states 1378 Lot !5. That is where I purchased it in 1991 for $275.00.  It is in good shape though the frame bottom corners seem a bit loose but that is how I purchased it at Skinner's.

Kenginston Lurelle Guild design #7032 Ki $25.00


pair Art Deco clear glass perfume bottle $50.00


Roseville: Deco Futura 616-9 gray pink $550.00


Jacques Potin " Les Parasols Rouges& $500.00

Shown on page 86 of the 1999 book titled Art Deco Chrome, this marked Revere Chatham (No. 142)  Water Pitcher stands 9 inches high x 4 inches in diameter. It was most likely designed by the talented William Archibald Welden who designed the Claridge Ice bucket which carries the same motif chased into the chrome on the front. This stunnning Revere pitcher is signed with the stanard Revere Rome mark on the bottom. It is in excellent condition. A great shape, a great company, a great Deco piece. Add it to your Art Deco collection today.  This Webster Star Band Corona ribbon tin is 2 3/16 inch wide. A tan background sets off the red circle with a black star in the center. Made by the F. S. Webster Co. of Boston MA. This tin carried a black 312 Corona 3 A R ribbon. There is some discoloration on the lower left hand corner from sticker residue, but I have not cleaned it. I will leave that to an expert collector.  This two piece set consists of a classic Devilbiss Art Deco stoppered perfume bottle and an atomizer. The stems on each bottle are amber glass. The body is black painted glass with graduated stripes of gold on the body. The atomizer cord has been replaced. Otherwise, this set is in original excellent condition  This Pigeon brand ribbon tin once carried a Smith-Corona black record ribbon for the K adding machines. Its design is pure Art Deco. Black background on front and sides with the typical 3 line wide Speed lines through the Smith-Corona name. A great font carries the Pigeon name and there is a silhouette pigeon just above. The tin is in very good condition overall with some  wear to the printing on the back.

Revere Deco Chatham chrome Water pitcher $95.00


The Webster Star Band Corona ribbon tin $10.00


Devilbiss black gold perfume & atomizer $250.00


Smith-Corona Pigeon Art Deco typewriter $15.00

Smith Corona red/black typewriter tin with great Art Deco graphics.    

Smith Corona red / black typewriter tin $10.00


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